The best way to get rid of old things is to either donate them or to sell them. But attending a flee market and sell your stuff there cost you a lot of work and time and sometimes or often you have to bring all your stuff back home after carrying them to the flee market. And we often don’t have the time to put in so much effort! But don’t throw the stuff away, unless they are completely useless and no one can use them either because they are broken or something else.
Instead of attending a flee market you could sell them online! It’s convenient, you don’t have to carry the stuff anywhere, you can put it online as long as you want until it’s sold and I have many more reasons! Thank you Internet for making our lives easier! But where can you sell them? Here are 10 apps to sell your stuff online:
If you have tons of books and CDs, you can sell them here online, I already sent a few times some books to them and you can send it to them for free if you have a value of over 20 euros! Momox also accepts clothes of certain brands, you should check this out too! It is really convenient because you can be sure, that you will receive the money – the negative side is, that some books, DVDs and so on could be sold for more money but Momox doesn’t pay you a lot for that, PLUS all the stuff has to be in a perfect condition!
If you want to get more money, then you should try out eBay. I guess eBay is nothing new to us, but I just wanted to mention it again, so yo remember. I also read#Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso where she builds an empire out of eBay ! Could be interesting for you guys, if you want to read that book too 🙂
This is my favorite app to sell stuff online, it is like eBay but I just like this one more, because it is easier to use for me because I feel like the design is clearer arranged.
I don’t know if this website and app is available for other countries, but it is definitely in Austria and Switzerland I believe. This website is great for selling fashion online, you can sell or change your stuff with other people. If you sell something, KK takes a fee of 10 %, in the past you didn’t have to pay a fee, I think it’s sad that they introduced this, because I need to sell it more expensive to get the money I want. I also have an account, so check it out here ! ( please don’t mind my nickname)I also have special offers, if you buy 3 pieces, the shipping is for free, but only in Germany 😉
Shuffle is also similar to SHPOCK from the design and it also has a big community.
Rebur is similar to MOMOX the only difference is that they don’t accept clothes but books, pc games and electronic stuff. I recommend you guys to compare the prices, because sometimes one platform offers more money than the other one.
I don’t use this, but I heard only good things from this website. You also have to pay a fee here just like Kleiderkreisel, that’s why I am only on one platform. Mädchenflohmarkt also offers a concierge service, where you only have to send them your items you want to be sold and they will photograph your clothes, accessories and so on for you and put them up online for you.
Just another version of Kleiderkreisel, but this website has no fees. Unfortunately they don’t have an app for your smartphone
This website sells only luxury second hand stuff.
Last but not least, Facebook can be also a good opportunity to sell some stuff online. There are thousands of groups you can join and there are a lot of people who are looking for new furnitures, clothes or else.
Of courses you have more chances to sell your stuff the more platforms you use, but this is also a lot of work. Are you selling your stuff online too? Let me know which platforms you use to sell your things!
Have fun selling!